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1. The vet ________ the dog down because it was riddled with tumours and cancerous growths


2. The webmaster sent ________ an email to all the forum members.


3. THE weather's terrible.


4. The weather was ________ nice


5. The ________ of the contract state that employees must give two months'notice



6. The video ________ programmed badly; it does not record BBC 2 properly


7. The ________ size of the building is staggering.


8. Their luggage was stolen ________ the airport


9. The witnesses remember ________ two men steal it.


10. The wind ________ down the fence


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    Roll a paper napkin into a tube and twist up the top. Stand it upright and light the tip. While the lower part is still burning, the ash formed rises into the air. Take care! The air enclosed by the paper is heated by the flame and expands. The light balloon like ash residue experiences surprising buoyancy because the hot air can escape, and the air remaining in the balloon becomes correspondingly lighter. Very fine napkins are not suitable for the experiment because the ash formed is not firm enough.


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